Old School Roller Derby

Roller Derby began in depression era America in the 1930’s and progressed through the century where it reached it’s height in popularity in the 1970’s with sell out crowds and televised bouts before dying out a
decade later.

Old School Roller Derby

The Popularity of Roller Derby

Roller Derby has attracted vast amounts of media attention in just a short amount of time with its skaters having become like ‘pseudo celebrities’, attracting die hard fans and sell out crowds each week.

The Popularity of Roller Derby

Roller Derby Characters

Derby girls embrace their femininity in the form of funky outfits. Costumes are often inspired by rockabilly or burlesque fashions highlighting their sex appeal. These women are undeniably strong and fierce.

Roller Derby Characters

Community Spirit

The spirit of community is amazing and whatever happens on the rink stays on the rink. Teams often go out for drinks after bouts or practices and friendships are easily forged. There’s a common sisterhood between all the leagues and its skaters.

Community Spirit

Creating a New Genre

The culture that surrounds roller derby is what attracts most women. It’s more than just a sport or fitness; its a lifestyle where women can be themselves in a safe and creative environment. ‘Roller derby’ is its own genre label.

Creating a New Genre

The Growth of Roller Derby

Roller Derby is the fastest growing women’s sport in the world with over 30,000 skaters. In Australia alone there are over 1,000 registered skaters with 21 leagues spread out over all seven states.

The Growth of Roller Derby

Latest News:
This is Roller Derby Screening Kit will give you everything you need to host a successful screening of this kick-ass documentary. Organise a screening as a fundraiser, as an introduction to the sport or just for fun! Read more
EXCITING NEWS: Tickets for This Is Roller Derby are now on sale. Screenings begin in September and October in Brisbane and Adelaide and soon to to be followed by other states and regions! Read more
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FROM THE BLOG

Screenings from 11 October

NSW

7pm Friday 12th October – Hoyts at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
11th – 14th October – Hoyts Penrith
19th – 20th October – Nimbin Bush Theatre
7pm Monday 3rd December – Riverside Theatres, Parramatta

SA

7pm Friday 21st September – The Regal Theatre, Kensington Park

VIC

5th, 6th & 7th October – Regent Cinemas, Ballarat
11th, 12th & 14th October – Village Cinemas: Jam Factory – South Yarra
11th, 12th & 14th October – Village Cinemas: Knox – Wantirna South
11th, 12th & 14th October – Village Cinemas: Geelong
11th, 12th & 14th October – Village Cinemas: Karingal – Frankston
TIX AT BOX OFFICE 11th – 17th October – Star Cinema Bendigo

TAS

11th, 12th & 14th October – Village Cinemas Hobart (Glenorchy)

QLD

7pm Sunday 14th October – Tribal Theatre, Brisbane

ACT

11th – 14th October – Hoyts Woden

WA

11th – 14th October – Hoyts Carousel, Cannington

Thank You Adelaide!!

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Oh what a night! Thanks Adelaide and the team at the Regal Theatre for the This Is Roller Derby Premiere on Friday 21st September. A good time was had by all. And here are the pics to prove it!
Cheers!
This Is Roller Derby Team

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